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John Fay has been the Reds beat writer for the Enquirer since 2001. Prior to that, he served in a variety of roles for the Enquirer: backup Reds writer, UC beat writer, backup Bengals writer and as a general assignment reporter. He is a Cincinnati native and a graduate of Elder High School and the University of Dayton.

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Friday, November 16, 2007

Nuxhall arrangements

Public visitation will be Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m. at Fairfield High School Arena.

Private funeral will be Wednesday.

Instead of flower the family asks for donations to Joe Nuxhall Hope Project in care of Fairfield Community Foundation, 5350 Pleasant Ave., Fairfield, Ohio, 45014


at 9:48 PM Blogger Ron said...

I keep hearing that no one has met anyone who had a bad word to say about Joe. They must not have met those pitchers off whom he hit home runs. Someone has to remember that Joe hit 2 of the record breaking 221 home runs hit by the Reds in 1956 - my first year as a Reds fan. I'm sure Joe is still letting someone know about those home runs.

at 7:18 PM Anonymous jfspragens said...

What are the chances that GABP can be renamed "Nuxhall Field"?

at 3:19 PM Blogger SL said...

Renaming the ballpark after a announcer? You have to be kidden. its sad he is gone and he lived a nice long life but get a grip.

at 6:36 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Instead of the feild, why not rename Pete Rose Way to Nuxhall Way? That'd be two good things with a single gesture.

at 6:49 PM Blogger SL said...

Nuxhall has a statue and the saying around the stadium. That is more then enough.

at 12:28 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

SL, while I can agree that it may be extreme to rename the field I don't see it being a big deal if they did. He wasn't just an announcer and when you say "Nuxhall has a statue and the saying around the stadium. That is more then enough." It seems like you are trying to be nothing more than a dick. The guy meant a lot to a lot of people.

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